I was wondering how to increase the calcium: phosphorus ratio to prevent bone loss and enamel breakdown?
If we don’t eat dairy, soy milk, almond milk, ext…. how are we supposed to get enough calcium? I used to believe that as long as the calcium: phosphorus ratio was 1:1 there would be no issue… but since animal products contain A LOT of phosphorus, this has made my ratio more like 1: 10. I get 200-500 mg of calcium daily.
PLEASE don’t tell me “greens and broccoli” haha. That’s impossible to eat enough volume of these foods to get enough bioavailable calcium (for me anyways). Bob suggested bone broth but it isn’t likely I would be able to make that often.How To prevent Osteoporosis and Tooth Decay?, 0% based on 6 ratings